Saab Magalona reveals baby Pancho will be coming home soon

/ 12:53 PM April 02, 2018

Image: Instagram/@saabmagalona

After losing the other half of their twins last February, things are starting to look up for Saab Magalona and husband and “Cheats” guitarist Jim Bacarro.

Magalona took to Instagram yesterday to tell her fans the good news: that their surviving son, Pancho, is indeed homeward after recovering for over a month in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. “Pancho Gerardo: coming home soon,” wrote Magalona, as she shared a picture of a sleeping Pancho’s chin.


Image: Instagram/@saabmagalona

In another photo, an adorable toothless Pancho can be seen, smiling as he lay down the hospital bed. “Happy Easter from the cutest burrito,” gushed Magalona.

Image: Instagram/@saabmagalona

Apart from Pancho’s homecoming, Magalona also took the time to remember their departed baby daughter. Three days ago, she shared on Instagram a black-and-white snap of Luna’s grave, buried right next to her grandpa, the late rapper Francis Magalona.

Image: Instagram/@saabmagalona

“Oh, my love, we’ll keep on dreaming,” wrote Magalona as she showed Luna’s headstone featuring the different waxing and waning phases of the moon. JB


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